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Topic # 146648 24-May-2014 21:00
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Vodafone seem to now agree with the masses and have changed their address checker to allow VDSL installations so I decided even though I'm marginal, it's 'worth a shot', however, I noticed that the 'Offer Summary' and the website for VDSL differ by $4.

Anyone know which is right?

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  Reply # 1052519 24-May-2014 21:26
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Not like VF to make errors :P

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  Reply # 1052544 24-May-2014 21:51
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This is correct as seen here, Definitely a mistake.
http://www.vodafone.co.nz/vdsl-phone-bundles/



 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1052547 24-May-2014 21:59
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TimA: This is correct as seen here, Definitely a mistake.
http://www.vodafone.co.nz/vdsl-phone-bundles/



Okay Tim fair enough.  It just stuck me as odd that the mistake would appear in the product disclosures (oddly the only 'dated' thing around) hence the asking?

Might be worth passing it up the food chain at VF HQ though before someone (not I) starts making a deal about $4/mo.

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  Reply # 1052551 24-May-2014 22:03
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nigelj:
TimA: This is correct as seen here, Definitely a mistake.
http://www.vodafone.co.nz/vdsl-phone-bundles/



Okay Tim fair enough.  It just stuck me as odd that the mistake would appear in the product disclosures (oddly the only 'dated' thing around) hence the asking?

Might be worth passing it up the food chain at VF HQ though before someone (not I) starts making a deal about $4/mo.


I emailed it to one of the product guys.





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  Reply # 1052554 24-May-2014 22:05
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TimA:
nigelj:
TimA: This is correct as seen here, Definitely a mistake.
http://www.vodafone.co.nz/vdsl-phone-bundles/



Okay Tim fair enough.  It just stuck me as odd that the mistake would appear in the product disclosures (oddly the only 'dated' thing around) hence the asking?

Might be worth passing it up the food chain at VF HQ though before someone (not I) starts making a deal about $4/mo.


I emailed it to one of the product guys.




Danke!

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  Reply # 1053638 26-May-2014 15:17
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Hi,

Website pricing has been amended to suit.

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  Reply # 1053642 26-May-2014 15:26
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TimA: Hi,

Website pricing has been amended to suit.

Regards


Thanks,  so it seems that an accurate summary of what has changed is: prices dropped $4/mo, and the $10/mo first year discount removed.  Seems fair.

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  Reply # 1053644 26-May-2014 15:35
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nigelj:
TimA: Hi,

Website pricing has been amended to suit.

Regards


Thanks,  so it seems that an accurate summary of what has changed is: prices dropped $4/mo, and the $10/mo first year discount removed.  Seems fair.


Um they are $115 including the $10 premium for VDSL.
So yes dropped by $4 you could say.

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  Reply # 1053728 26-May-2014 16:53
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not nearly as bad as this http://www.telstraclear.co.nz/residential/inhome/internet/index.cfm still says vodafone

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